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The Lesson of Iraq

Reader comment on item: Palestinians Taste a Dose of Their Own Medicine

Submitted by Kenneth S. Besig (Israel), Nov 16, 2005 at 10:59

Most Westerners still do not understand how endemic hatred and violence is in Islamic societies, even though we are now witnessing in Iraq unbelieveable carnage being inflicted by Moslems on other Moslems every single day.

Indeed, most Western news sources still only emphasize Western casualties in Iraq, when at the same time hundreds of Iraqi Moslem civilians are being blown to bits by other Moslems every week without letup.

The recent suicide bombings in Jordan, by Moslems against other Moslems, dominated the news for a couple of days at best, with the general feeling being that this is how these people are, and what can we do anyway?

The ugly truth is that Jordanian, Palestinian, Israeli Arab and Beduin, and all Moslem societies are among the most brutal in the world. In fact, Yassir Arafat and his minions have easily murdered more Palestinians than the Israelis ever could or would.
These impoverished, primitive, violent and dangerous Moslem societies represent a real and immediate threat to the rest of the world and will eventually have to be confronted militarily and forced to open up to the liberating ideas of the Western World.
Presently all the Moslem societies care about the West is the use of Western military and computer technology to murder, torture, and politically oppress their own people, and of course, to attack the West.
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